Playdate: A Baby Knitting Pattern Collection by Knit Picks

by Shehla Ahmed

One of my favorite things is getting the latest Knit Picks catalog in the mail. Not only is the catalog itself so beautiful with all the luscious pictures of yarn, but it’s also a great source of inspiration. Whenever I get my catalog, I like to take some time to look through the new pattern collections and see what’s new and on sale for the season. The latest catalog had a great baby knitting pattern collection in it and I just had to share!

 

 

 

Playdate: A Baby Knitting Pattern Collection 

 

There are 18 patterns in this collection, all designed to be worn and used and snuggled in. All of the patterns are made using yarn lines that are durable and easy to care for  – Capretta, the Mighty Stitch, and CotLin to name a few. Plus, there are so many colors to choose from! I love using Knit Picks yarn in general, and these specific projects designed for them makes it much easier for me to use that pretty yarn. 

 

Of the 18 patterns, here’s what’s included:

  • 8 baby knitting patterns for sweaters
  • 5 blanket patterns
  • 4 patterns for hats and accessories, and
  • a 2-for-1 toy pattern

 

I’ve shared all the patterns down below for you to look through! If you like any and want to grab the PDF for it, just click the image and it’ll take you over to the KnitPicks page for that pattern. You can also just get all of the patterns in one convenient ebook or get the hard copy of the full book. I have the hard copy and it’s a beautiful addition to my Knit & Crochet Library!

 

 

Rocky Road Tassel Hat & Socks

 

Moreland Pullover

 

Basketweave Animal Hoodie

 

Triangles Pom-Pom Blanket

 

Spruce Blanket

 

Stripy Hat

 

Little Lamb Hat

 

Four Corners Blanket

 

Puppy & Kitten Toys

 

Round Yoke Cardigan

 

Baby Graphic Cardigan

 

Bumpy Bear Hat

 

Romper

 

Zigs and Zags Baby Jacket

 

XOX Pullover

 

Snuffles Security Blanket

 

ZZ-Zebra Blanket

 

Sugar Cubes Wrap Jacket

 

The patterns in the Playdate collection use simple stitches and very classic shapes. I think it would be a great resource for beginners. And as you learn more techniques, it would be easy to incorporate them into the designs too. Let me know which is your favorite baby knitting pattern from the collection. Mine is definitely the Triangles Pom Pom Banket but the little jackets are the cutest things!

 

 

Get the FULL book with all 18 patterns here.

 

 

There’s also a crochet version of this book with adorable patterns! It’s called Room to Grow: A Baby Crochet Collection and it has 9 of the sweetest crochet patterns for babies in it.

 

 

 

Related: How to Get your Crojo Back: Tips for When You Don’t Feel like Crocheting (or Knitting!)

 

 

Thanks so much for reading. I hope you enjoyed a post like this and that it gave you some inspiration for your next project. If you liked this, go ahead and subscribe down below to join the email list. You’ll get weekly newsletters with my latest posts, patterns, and tips right in your inbox!

 

See you soon šŸ™‚

 


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